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Julie Waters <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 13 Mar 2010 19:10:38 -0500
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Birding Southern VT & NH over the past few days, along both sides of 
the CT river:

Lots of red-tails in the area.  Also a photo of a snow goose & a 
greater white fronted goose.

WED, MAR 10, 2010

Red tailed hawk, hanging out on a tree off the side of the road 
[Wed, Mar 10, 2010, Bellows Falls, VT]


THU, MAR 11, 2010

I spotted this lone snow goose walking towards the back of a field 
which was mostly loaded with canada geese and mallards [Thu, Mar 11, 
2010, Charlestown, NH]


One nice feature of having a very fast camera (mine can do over five 
frames per second) is that you can get a nice series of shots such as 
this mallard doing its mating displays [Thu, Mar 11, 2010, 
Charlestown, NH]


Canada goose [Thu, Mar 11, 2010, Charlestown, NH]


FRI, MAR 12, 2010

Canada goose [Fri, Mar 12, 2010, Charlestown, NH]


Mockingbird [Fri, Mar 12, 2010, Walpole, NH]


Our resident red-shouldered/possible hybrid hawk [Fri, Mar 12, 2010]


SAT, MAR 13, 2010

Greater white fronted goose (first I've ever seen) with canada geese 
[Sat, Mar 13, 2010, Westminster, VT]


Canada geese in flight [Sat, Mar 13, 2010, Westminster, VT]


Red-tailed hawk, as soon as I pulled over to photograph it.   [Sat, 
Mar 13, 2010, Walpole, NH]


Mallards [Sat, Mar 13, 2010, Charlestown, NH]


Canada geese in flight [Sat, Mar 13, 2010, Westminster, VT]


This red-tailed hawk was much more willing to let me photograph it, 
but it still did not seem amused by my presence [Sat, Mar 13, 2010, 
Westminster, VT]


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